Fighting disinformation has become a matter of national interest. Look no further than the COVID-19 pandemic: bad actors are pushing falsehoods online to dissuade people from getting vaccinated, which has very real consequences for the rest of the country.
Moreover, with continual social media uproars over topics like election results, it is clear that the public sector needs the ability to find and act against disinformation. That is why Cyabra is proud to announce our availability on the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS).
What is the GSA?
The U.S. General Services Administration provides contracts through which agencies can buy goods and services from vendors. This streamlines the government procurement process. The GSA can be used by any federal agency, as well as certain state and local entities, making it one of the most widely-used United States government contract vehicles.
What does Cyabra offer?
With this addition to the GSA schedule, U.S. Government Agencies will be able to easily purchase Cyabra’s technology to target, track, and react to disinformation online. Cyabra is the first to offer a combination of social sentiment analysis with deepfake and disinformation detection in one SaaS platform.
Cyabra’s offerings include:
- Fake profile behavior identification
- Real-time social media sentiment analysis
- Automated reporting
- Deepfake detection
- Tracking and analysis of how disinformation spread
Cyabra’s technology allows public sector clients the ability to be proactive in fighting disinformation online. Agencies use Cyabra’s platform to trace fake news and deliberately false information back to the source, preventing nefarious campaigns from affecting public discourse.
Are you a federal, state, or local agency looking to hear more about Cybra’s disinformation detection and online monitoring services for the public sector? Contact us to learn more or click here to be redirected to our GSA portal.